As we inch closer to the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL's expected debut next month, details about the new Google flagships continue to leak out.
Some new photos that show both the front and back of the Pixel 4 have surfaced, showing off the large top bezel where Google is storing the front camera and Soli sensors as well as the dual rear camera setup. Originally posted to Weibo and then shared by XDA-Developers after the originals were deleted, the photos also show Android 10's Google Assistant indicators in the corner of the screen and the colored power buttons: white on the black phone and orange on the white phone.
Another image shows the Pixel 4 camera being used with an 8x zoom. It's been rumored for a while now that the Pixel 4 will gain a telephoto camera for added zoom, but we haven't known exactly what kind of zoom capabilities the Pixel 4 will offer. We still don't know the exact details, like how much optical zoom the camera will have, but it seems likely that Google will combine that optical zoom with its Super Res Zoom software for added zooming capabilities.
And then there's an image from a device information app that reportedly lists the Pixel 4 with 6GB of RAM. Past rumors have suggested that the Pixel 4 phones will have 6GB of RAM, up from 4GB in past models, and this leaked image supports that.
Meanwhile, a new report from 9to5Google has shed some light on the Pixel 4's camera capabilities. A new feature called Motion Mode will reportedly help you take better sports and action shots with a moving subject in the foreground and a blurry background.
Google is also reportedly working on improving the Night Sight camera mode in the Pixel 4. These include speed enhancements and improvements to help you snap better photos at night, with Google allegedly planning on talking up the Pixel 4's ability to photograph a starry sky.
Night Sight is one of the most popular features of Google's Pixel phones and is considered one of the best night modes on smartphones, so we're looking forward to seeing how Google can make it faster and better.
Google is expected to introduce the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL at an event in early October, just like it has with its past three generations of Pixel flagships.